As part of LD 872 An Act To Improve the Quality of Guardian ad Litem Services for the Children and Families of Maine the Judicial Branch was required to survey consumers of their vendors services.
If your case is finished you have an opportunity to take this survey as a way to give the Judicial Branch constructive feedback as to how their GAL vendor did.
The Judicial Branch is requesting parents and attorneys in completed Family Court/ Law and child protection cases to answer a brief survey about the experience with the Guardian ad litem’s service.
There are four survey’s available. The majority of those reading this blog should take survey two. A link to the main survey page may be found here.
Guardians ad Litem (GALs) Services Survey
If you were a parent who was involved in a family law matter, please complete Survey Two entitled, “Survey of Parents Regarding Guardians ad Litem in Family Law Cases.” – Survey Two
The Judicial Branch is supposed to be making a presentation to the Judiciary Committee on 2/15/2017. As part of that presentation we expect that the Judicial Branch will be showing what statistics they have collected on their vendors. The survey is 12 questions in length with opportunity to comment. It is an an anonymous survey.
MeGAL works to educate parents and family members as well as our representatives to the issues that infect our Family Court system. If you have had a problem or feel that something just is not right with your GAL or Judge we encourage you to email us at MeGALalert@gmail.com or find us on Facebook.